I can only understand a few words and it's already way better than Kirby.TMobile41 said:The cyclinghub guys are not that bad...I think they are better than Kirby at least ... Well for me Sporza is light-years away the best one... i think you guys should just learn dutch, it is worth it
I hope so.el chava said:Nice ride by youngster Kudus to break the Top 20. Looking forward to follow him in the Giro. He might be the real deal for african cycling.
Hey! I am going to have to insist that you and others stop the Kirby-bashing, m'kay?dusty red roads said:
How often does he have to explain?Dekker_Tifosi said:Good ride by Froome. Also nice by Dumoulin, much better than 1st mt stage. I really do wonder if he is not sneakily going to the Giro with some GC ambition
Good luck with that. Everyone's favorite rider gets called names. Best just to have thick skin.Tonton said:I was driving and missed the live broadcast, and some of you are lucky that I was: some of the posts were clearly personal, out-of-bounds. No name-calling please. Thank you.
I caught up with the video on YouTube, and I really liked what I watched. As many of us suspected, Dawg broke away, got the stage...but the refreshing part took place behind Froome: Izaguirre, so underrated, but what a great great rider! And how about Reichenbach...WOW! The guy is the consummate team player, he deserves a lot of credit. Quintana is clearly the best. Zakarin was solid but showed signs of weakness: simply put, he's no Berzin . Maybe today was the day when Bardet realized that GC-wise, he will never be the top-French guy and that he needs to focus more on the spring classics.
And of course, my man Tibopino tried to pull a Vinot, dared to shake the coconut tree, and in his post-race interview declared: "je me suis fait plaisir". I had fun. He was more assertive than he's ever been considering the level of competition, if you except his attack on Nibbles at the '14 TdF. Thinard Pinault put Zakarin on the ropes so he couldn't attack, got his time bonus...if nothing weird happens tomorrow, Thibaut leaves the TdR with a ton of confidence. After all, he did as good as Contador vs. Quintana...
? I realize you mean in Catalunya but Contador annihilated Quintana uphill in Pais Vasco. It's not really the same story as Pinot, is it?Tonton said:Thibaut leaves the TdR with a ton of confidence. After all, he did as good as Contador vs. Quintana...
I'd think that the longer climbs are more of a reference for the Grand Tours, but yeah that's true.LaFlorecita said:
true, but yesterday's climb really badly suits for going a strong solo in the last 5 kms.Red Rick said:I don't think Quintana was that strong yesterday. He attacked too, and it wasn't a very strong one. Probably not all out, but I don't think he could've dropped everyone if he wanted to